Compulog Two Intercole Systems PAC 16
mattislind at gmail.com
Sat Nov 14 17:08:57 CST 2015
2015-11-14 23:45 GMT+01:00 William Maddox <wmaddox at pacbell.net>:
> >According to the current owner it is based on a 16 bit machine made by
> >Computer Automation. It has core memory and is programmed in assembler and
> >Fortran. It is from the late seventies.
> The packaging doesn't look like anything from Computer Automation, but
> they made a line of board-level components they called "The Naked Mini",
> sold to OEMs for integration into their own packaging. The architecture is
> probably similar to the Alpha-16 and Alpha LSI machines.
You are probably right. I did a closer study of the Alpha-16 reference
manual. The Alpha-16 front panel has more or less exactly the same switches
and lights as this machine.
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